Title

IR Case Studies Panel

Location

KIPJ C

Session Type

Event

Start Date

9-4-2014 10:30 AM

End Date

9-4-2014 12:00 PM

Abstract

Just in Time! Digital Commons@Georgia Offers a Suite of Services for the Entire Campus

Debra Skinner, Georgia Southern University

This presentation will describe marketing efforts for Georgia Southern’s institutional repository platform and how the library handled demand for repository services such as conference and journal hosting, revised electronic journal and thesis procedures, highlights of faculty research, hosting university procedures and many more services.

Caltech: Using our IR to Collaborate with Campus Research Groups

Joy Painter and George Porter, Caltech

As research dollars become scarce, research support often comes with a requirement to demonstrate a return on investment (ROI). The IR can help groups and centers meet this requirement by assisting with publications lists. When annual reports need to be generated for private foundations or federal agencies, these publication lists become an integral part of the report. The Library is now helping many research groups on campus use CaltechAUTHORS to display their group’s research output.

Introducing and Sustaining Digital Initiatives at an HBCU

Loretta Parham and Elizabeth “Gail” McClenney, Atlanta University Center Woodruff Library

In this session the co-presenters will explore initiatives and view a sample of programs and projects that make up the digital story of the Atlanta University Center-Woodruff Library (AUC-Woodruff Library): www.auctr.edu. This story speaks to introducing, integrating into curriculum, expanding access and staff expertise, sustaining effort, and institutional collaboration. Strategic priorities and the administrative actions taken to execute and sustain strategy will be shared.

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Apr 9th, 10:30 AM Apr 9th, 12:00 PM

IR Case Studies Panel

KIPJ C

Just in Time! Digital Commons@Georgia Offers a Suite of Services for the Entire Campus

Debra Skinner, Georgia Southern University

This presentation will describe marketing efforts for Georgia Southern’s institutional repository platform and how the library handled demand for repository services such as conference and journal hosting, revised electronic journal and thesis procedures, highlights of faculty research, hosting university procedures and many more services.

Caltech: Using our IR to Collaborate with Campus Research Groups

Joy Painter and George Porter, Caltech

As research dollars become scarce, research support often comes with a requirement to demonstrate a return on investment (ROI). The IR can help groups and centers meet this requirement by assisting with publications lists. When annual reports need to be generated for private foundations or federal agencies, these publication lists become an integral part of the report. The Library is now helping many research groups on campus use CaltechAUTHORS to display their group’s research output.

Introducing and Sustaining Digital Initiatives at an HBCU

Loretta Parham and Elizabeth “Gail” McClenney, Atlanta University Center Woodruff Library

In this session the co-presenters will explore initiatives and view a sample of programs and projects that make up the digital story of the Atlanta University Center-Woodruff Library (AUC-Woodruff Library): www.auctr.edu. This story speaks to introducing, integrating into curriculum, expanding access and staff expertise, sustaining effort, and institutional collaboration. Strategic priorities and the administrative actions taken to execute and sustain strategy will be shared.